Posted November 22, 2011
“Hey! It’s a red light!” I screamed as Sarah drove into the intersection. “Sorry, I really can’t drive and talk at the same time,” she said, “I’m on antidepressants.” At the next light I gestured ...
I hate to break this to you, but that photo of the kayakers has a background of the former Milwaukee Road depot. That was a railroad, by the way, with the official name of Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad which was an unusual electrified line for many years, and abandoned in the early- to mid-80's. That depot building now houses the national headquarters of the Boone and Crockett Club, which calls itself a conservation organization. It is better known for keeping stats on the biggest of trophy animals taken in North America. As in the biggest bull elk, biggest bull moose, largest grizzly bear, and so on.
That doesn't quite mesh with your view of Missoula, does it, Adam?
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